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    Sebile Koolie Minnow #352 06/02/07 12:20 PM
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    Anyone using this lure or have you used it? It looks like it would be great for trout or reds.

    Re: Sebile Koolie Monnow [Re: Tom] #355 06/03/07 11:07 PM
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    I did a web search and couldn't find it. Always looking for new baits throw at trout and reds though. Post a link if you have one.

    I have become a big fan of Stanly Wedge Tails. See: http://www.fishwedgetail.com/page11.html

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    www.sebileusa.com

    I tested it today in competition with an original #13 Rapala and a MirroLure 17MR. The Rapala was skunked, the 17 caught two, a 14 & a 15". The Koolie caught a 21, a 24 and a personal best 28" trout. Not a scientific test to be sure but I'm impressed. I varied the retrieve and it was windy today. I think the twitch, twitch, pause worked the best but I had a swipe at it with a steady retrieve so that needs more testing too.

    Re: Sebile Koolie Monnow [Re: Tom] #388 06/28/07 05:24 AM
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    Which Koolie Minnow did you test? I have found places to order them, but with 9 different lures and 6 colors at $14.00 each, it would break the bank to try them all.
    Thanks, skiddr

    Re: Sebile Koolie Monnow [Re: John Landreth] #393 07/01/07 03:30 PM
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    I have the Koolie Minnow 90 in Hollow Mullet color. That works well, goes a bit deeper than the MirroLure 17MR and is as effective. I have been fishing the Stick Shadd 90, floating version in Amber and Hollow Mullet. It can be worked a lot of ways and it's biggest catch so far is a 37" red. I caught one 25 1/2 trout on the smaller Bonga Minnow but the thing is like throwing a log so I don't use it much. The minnow and the shadd are moving up on my go to list. I like them. I think the hooks, while sharp, are a little weak.

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